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The Right Way to Interval Train | The Outside Fitness Center | OutsideOnline.com

In case you haven't noticed, high intensity exercise is in. These days, the focus is on interval training-how the truly elite athletes get in peak shape. And the news couldn't be more positive. But it's also incredibly confusing. It seems like a new study comes out every other week claiming to have found the new "best" way to train.

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The optimal performance of an athlete is the best training method so he can achieve his peak performance. The training varies from athlete to athlete and also it depends a lot in the sport one practices. The article “The Right Way to Interval... more »The optimal performance of an athlete is the best training method so he can achieve his peak performance. The training varies from athlete to athlete and also it depends a lot in the sport one practices. The article “The Right Way to Interval Training” discusses the benefits of high intensity interval training and how it can help the truly elite athletes get in peak shape. Shorter intervals of 30 seconds on and 15 seconds off for 15 to 30 minutes are an excellent way to do a lot of training at faster in a shorter period of time. The best training though depends a lot on the athlete and how well in shape he is, but it can be beneficial to almost anyone, even some sedentary individuals. No wonder so many new home workouts are using the idea of interval training nowadays. In my opinion, these famous workouts are just a modification of the current ones but with a market and promotion behind it. 09-26-2014 12:12pm

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